Monthly Archives: April 2013

Pitfalls to Avoid When Navigating a Workers Compensation Claim

Most workers compensation cases reach a settlement before the need for a trial before a Workers Compensation Administrative Judge if you have the right workers compensation lawyer. In most cases, all parties are interested in reaching an agreement before going … Continue reading

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Ideal Ways To Stay Healthy In Construction

By Jessie Swanepoel The state of your health can be taken for granted when you push yourself at work to meet certain goals. This goal could be earning a particular wage so you can pay for a mortgage on the … Continue reading

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April Is Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month: Time for Cataract Screenings for Women Over 40

Of the 4.1 million Americans age 40 and older who are visually impaired or blind, more than half (or 2.6 million) are women, according to Prevent Blindness America (PBA). PBA has designated April as Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month … Continue reading

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Choose Cost Savings And Efficiency With High Quality Industrial Dryers

An industrial facility is one of the most challenging, demanding and expensive spaces to manage. People in charge of workplaces such as an industrial plant, a processing floor or a factory area have their hands full in making sure safety … Continue reading

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What Are The Things You Need To Consider About Mobile Scaffolding

By Rina Davis Anyone who is in the construction industry would greatly appreciate the importance of scaffolding. Scaffolding are essential equipment in finishing the complete process of building construction. As height is always a factor in building construction, scaffolds not … Continue reading

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How To Treat A Redback Spider Bite

By Bill Casserley The redback is one of the most widely spread spiders in Australia. Its body houses a deadly poison, which can paralyze its prey. They are endemic to the region, which is a good thing as they have … Continue reading

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Simple Workout Routine for Legs

By Toby Gillis So you want some nice, muscular legs. You’ve come to the right place! Legs are perhaps one of the most important muscle group, but they are often ignored. Have you ever seen those guys who work out … Continue reading

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